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Robin Parry is the husband of but one wife (Carol) and the father of the two most beautiful girls in the universe (Hannah and Jessica). He also has a lovely cat called Monty (who has only three legs). Living in the city of Worcester, UK, he works as an Editor for Wipf and Stock — a US-based theological publisher. Robin was a Sixth Form College teacher for 11 years and has worked in publishing since 2001 (2001–2010 for Paternoster and 2010– for W&S).

Thursday, 10 February 2011

Forthcoming book on "Exorcism and Deliverance" (Kay and Parry)


William K. Kay and I have edited a collection of academic articles on exorcism (due out in June from Paternoster). It offers multi-disciplinary perspectives on exorcism. For those of you who may be interested, here is the contents:

Introduction. Exorcism: Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Robin Parry

1. The Presence of Evil and Exorcism in the Old Testament
Wonsuk Ma

2. Deliverance and Exorcism in the New Testament
Graham Twelftree



3. Deliverance and Exorcism in the Early Church
Andrew Daunton-Fear

4. Deliverance and Exorcism in the Twentieth Century
James Collins

5. Deliverance and Exorcism in Majority World Pentecostalism
Allan Anderson

6. Deliverance and Exorcism in Anthropological Perspective
Peter Versteeg

7. Deliverance and Exorcism in Psychological Perspective
William K. Kay

8. Deliverance and Exorcism in Philosophical Perspective
Phillip H. Wiebe

9. Deliverance and Exorcism in Pop Culture
Lucy Huskinson

10. Deliverance and Exorcism in Theological Perspective 1: Is there any substance to evil?
Nigel G. Wright

11. Deliverance and Exorcism in Theological Perspective 2: Possession and Exorcism as New Testament Evidence for a Theology of Christ’s Supremacy
Kabiro Wa Gatumu

12. Demonology and Deliverance: A Practical-Theological Case Study
Mark Cartledge

"With this volume, exorcism no longer remains the outcast beyond the margins of the theological academy. This multidisciplinary exploration will be challenging for theologians in terms of modeling how contemporary theology should be undertaken, even while also providing multiple correctives for ecclesial practices from the variety of models that are presented. The editors and authors are to be commended."
Amos Yong, J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology,
Regent University School of Divinity, Virginia Beach

7 comments:

Kurt said...

I'd be interested in reading this... I had a situation in another country recently where we were doing deliverance ministry and we could figure out what was going on with this young man. schizophrenia? demons?... maybe it's not an either/or, I don't know, but God is in the business of healing and deliverance so...

Anonymous said...

Hi Robin and friends;

really off message here, but just wanted to share this ἰχθύς with you all:

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Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour !

Casper said...

Look forward to reading it, I've read a couple of other books in the series and thay have been pretty good.

On an more or less unrelated note I've noticed that edited volumes on Pentecostalism tend to have the same structure: Bible then Church History, theology/religious studies, then ephemera (popular culture) or individual case studies

RD Rauser said...

Robin,

Keep me in mind for a review copy. That sounds fascinating!

What about exorcism in other religions?

Robin Parry said...

Hey RR,

Very pleased to see that your new book is out. It looks great.

We tried to have a chapter on exorcism from a comparative religions perspective but the chap who was doing it had to pull out and we could not find anyone to replace him.

I'd also like a chapter on neurology and wanted one on the medieval period and another on the seventeenth century but we had major space limitations so . . .

Peace

Robin

RD Rauser said...

Another cool chapter would be a first person phenomenological account. I had a dream once in which I was possessed by a demon. It was not pleasant.

Robin Parry said...

RDR

Indeed. Good idea.

RAP